Onesy Baby Card

This onesy baby card is a great way to send your baby shower invitations, thank you cards or birth announcements.




  1. Cut the card stock at 3 7/8 x 11 inches, the piece left can be used to make a rectangular card.
  2. The 3 7/8 card stock piece, will make a standup card or two onesy.
  3. Score each card stock piece at the 5 inch mark.
  4. Trace the onesy template on the folded 3 7/8 card stock.
  5. Cut out the template and, if desired, emboss it in the Cuttlebug.
  6. Measure from the bottom of the crotch up, and score at 1 3/8 inches, these two flaps will aid the card to stand up.
  7. If you want to use the template for card fronts, divide at the shoulders for two cards and trim off below the score mark.
  8. For the stand up card, cut the cardstock at 1 x 1 inches and adhere to the inside of the back fold below the
    score mark.
  9. Use the punches to cut two circles. Stamp the smaller circle and adhere to the larger circle with foam dots.
  10. Use runner tape to adhere the circles to the onesy.
  11. For a larger card, use one onesy to decorate the front of the leftover card stock. Stamp designs on, then adhere the onesy. The photos should make the process clear.

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January 28, 20130 found this helpful

Peggy, This is a fabulous card. Thank you for sharing it and your detailed directions. It is adorable in the embossed card stock - and super to be able to use as a gift tag, stand-alone card, or mounted on a rectangular card. Cound be used for an adoption, baby shower, or birthannouncement. Great idea!

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